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Effects of Solid Dairy Manure Bulk Density on Gaseous Emissions during Storage
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Paper number 064174, 2006 ASAE Annual Meeting . @2006
Authors: Werner E. Berg, Imre Pazsiczki
Keywords: Manure storage, Bulk density, Emission, Dairy
Animal manure is a source of undesired gaseous emissions as there are ammonia, nitrous
oxide, methane and odor. Husbandry systems with solid manure are in minority in Germany but may
become advanced because of animal welfare requirements. Investigations so far were focused on
liquid manure. There is a lack of knowledge and mitigation strategies concerning solid manure systems.